Realpoint’s Building Surveyors contribute to all aspects of property ownership and occupation. With our core business line of technical due diligence and condition inspections, we can advise purchasers on the risks to ownership and occupation of any real estate asset.
Our Building Surveying team is also complimented by other in-house specialists, including mechanical engineers, civil engineers, architects, and measurement experts.
A technical due diligence inspection is advisable for a prospective property buyer, investor, or property owner. Technical due diligence is usually required prior to a property's acquisition, refurbishment, or demolition.
When purchasing a property, you are making a substantial investment. To protect this investment, the purchaser should have a qualified building surveyor conduct a due diligence inspection to assess any potential risks to said investment.
A survey was undertaken prior to the purchase of a building to allow the client to understand the current condition of the building, and future maintenance requirements, including a 10-year cost study to highlight any areas of significant CapEx which may affect the purchase price.
Visual inspection survey and desktop review to help a potential buyer understand the condition of major assets in a property before purchase.
Depending on the extent of the Client’s requirement, Realpoint technical due diligence typically includes but will not be limited to: